i^Hy.f^>y >iiMt.cetilacei(nentdocs.coKnJ EVERnVINE IS FIIE PJUSTBUS03 SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 \^^^jf ^-C^ NEWS TO BE TRUSTED! SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT PHOTOSENSITIVE SEIZURES A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that may appear in video games. Even people who have no history of seizures or epilepsy may have an undiagnosed condition that can cause these "photosensitive epileptic seizures" while watching video games. These seizures may have a variety of symptoms including: lightheadedness, altered vision, eye or face twitching, jerking or shaking of arms or legs, disorientation, confusion, or momentary loss of awareness. Seizures may also cause loss of consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury from falling down or striking nearby objects. Immediately stop playing and consult a doctor if you experience any of these symptoms. 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THE BLACK HAND OF PRESIDENT MENDOZA ■ PRESTIGE POINTS ■ SAFEHOUSES ■ SAVE GAME BASIC CONTROLS VEHICLE CONTROLS ■ BASIC DRIVING ■ COMBAT DRIVING ■ AIRPLANE FLYING ■ HELICOPTER FLYING ■ SKYDIVING & PARACHUTING ■ STUNTS ■ GRAPPLING ONTO VEHICLES HUD 6 2 ■ ICONS 7 2 ■ PDA 7 3 3 PRESTIGE POINTS 8 RIOJA RACING 8 4 5 5 5 VEHICLE HIJACKING 8 GUERRILLA ARMS CACHE REWARDS 9 10 5 IN-GAME ASSISTANCE 10 5 OPTIONS 10 5 CREDITS ^ 11 5 ^^^^^^^K 5 ^^^^^^^^^^^K SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA No. 68834 ■ Thursday, April 20, 2006 THE BLACK HAND OF PRESIDENT MENDOZA VIOLENCE IN PROVINCIA MIRASOLES President Salvador Mendoza Last week's violent uprising in the capital of San Esperito heralded the start of a coup as the Parliament building was stormed by military forces. Chaos spread to the streets as gunfire rang in the air and the sun set over a weekend of violence. The leader of the uprising and new order is General Salvador Mendoza. In a press dispatch, the new Government claimed to have "freed the nation from a pack of vultures feeding off the corpse of the national constitution." Since becoming president. General Mendoza has brought in "foreign security specialists" to subdue uprisings in the unstable regions surrounding the capital. Asked whether the security specialists are mercenaries, the President scoffed, "I will not stand by idly as parasitic motherless dogs pillage my country." A U.S. government dossier disclosing secret agency information was discovered earlier this week. Security services have gone into overdrive to establish its source. U.S. chiefs confirmed that a Top Secret U.S. Government Agency operative was arrested on suspicion of contravening the Official Secrets Act and released pending further inquiries. More arrests are expected, while the largest spy hunt in the U.S. for some years continues. EL PRESIDENTE: U.S. GUILTY OF "BLATANT INTERFERENCE" Pro-democracy rebels attack a munitions dump near San Esperito. President Mendoza has accused the U.S. of supporting rebel causes. Mendoza stood firm against mounting pressure from the United States to permit United Nations checks of his anti-drugs program. Mendoza accused Americans of "blatant interference" after the U.S. hinted at its support for the rebels. The U.S. dismissed Mendoza's claims as "paranoid propaganda." Route into the village of Media Luna in Provincia Mirasoles. Violence erupted in the village of Media Luna as clashes between Guerrilla forces. The People's Revolutionary Army of San Esperito (P.R.A.S.E.) and Mendoza's uniformed militia left five dead. "Mendoza is a rabid dog that should be put to death," said revolutionary leader Jose Caramicas. "We will not rest until our people are free." Caramicas continued, "You too can start an insurgency in Government-controlled settlements. First, start an attack on the defending forces (police/army). Find a Guerrilla (green | icon) on the minimap. Press © when you see the action icon (page 7). Kill the Government forces to liberate the area and earn rewards and prestige points." Following angry demonstrations elsewhere in the province. Government soldiers have occupied the area to deal forcibly with any further uprisings. President Mendoza released the following statement: "We condemn the shameful act of attacking our officers in Media Luna and know it to be the work of rebel looters. This behavior will not be tolerated." I PRESTIGE POINTS Earn prestige points by doin work (liberations, side and story missions) for Guerrilla rank by earning prestige points, and get rewards ^ you gain rank. See relate story on page 8. I SAFEHOUSES Guerrilla missio more safehouses ons unlock js when you equipment provided in safehouses. ■ SAVE GAME Save your game from any sa\ point (located in safehouses). Press to display the save screen. Choose a save slot and press to save. carajviicas jailed Jose Caramicas, leader of The Peoples Revolutionary Army, was sentenced yesterday to El Grande Fort, the Government's penal institution. President Mendoza defended the verdict, saying: "The sentencing of this terrorist will end rebel violence!" Caramicas' sister, Esperanza, called for a fair hearing for her brother, who she believes is the victim of political conspiracy. She has appealed to the United States to intervene. U.S. intelligence agencies are rumored to be monitoring the situation, Caramicas, a popular hero in many provinces, will be escorted to the Fort under armed guard, Esperanza believes her brother's life will be in danger once he arrives at the prison. :>T^ SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 ^, ^m^^yf BASIC CONTROLS Q (left trigger} - - D (right trigger) (leftthumbstick)- O (back) button _ (start) button - - button - © button - © button - © button - w button - O button O (right thumbstickl ® jdirectional pad) - ■ Move »<<-/-► Cycle weapons Cycle through options (on menus) ®t/* Quick access to grapple hook and mines ® Aim/Camera control Click ® Change camera view (3rd person/shoulder) a Throw grenade 0: Cycle targets D Fire weapon • Reload ® Jump Action/Use Confirm/Next (on menus) Cancel/Previous (on menus) PDA Pause Menu ift*1*«Y VEHICLE CONTROLS Basic Driving Enter/Exit vehicle O Accelerate Ef Brake/Reverse fl Turn right/left ^/^ Handbrake © Sound horn Click V9 Combat Driving Cycle weapons ® ^/^ Aim ® Fire weapon © Ain^lane Flying Bank left/right ^/^ Accelerate ||9 Brake fl v-^^^v Helicopter Flying x^ Forward/reverse O \i\ ^ ^y^l^^ Turn left/right ^/^ Increase altitude Ii9 *^jW^ Decrease altitude ^9 Skydiving & Parachuting ^M^ Dive t Slow down O 4- Turn left/right ^/^ ^^J Open/Close canopy © Stunts Grappling onto Vehicles Assume stunt position © From stunt position: Jump to nearby vehicle © Parachute off vehicle © From stunt position, use the grappling gun to hook a vehicle. Press and hold D to move into stunt position on the grappled vehicle. Jump off vehicle tD Re-enter vehicle O :>T^ SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 ^, ^m^^^f HUD INVENTORY Shows your equipped primary and secondary weapons, and amount of ammo for the selected weapons. HEALTH Displayed when you take damage, this indicates your current/ max health. SWAP ITEMS INDICATOR Indicates when a weapon is available to swap. RETICXE Changes from a cross to a circle when a enemy is locked-on. IVIINIIVIAP Compass/Direction Indicator — Allows you to navigate the maps. Altimeter — Shows your elevation. "When this flashes red, you're close to the ground. WANTED LEVEL To the left of the minimap, numbers represent the level of the police hunt for the agent (you); 1 is lowest. Flag indicators show if the province you're in is Government-run, Guerrilla or currently unstable. ICONS MISSION OBJECTIVES (red) Show the direction and distance to your next mission objective. When multiple objectives are active, each has its own indicator. SIDE MISSION ICONS (green or yellow) Offer the opportunity to earn vehicles, weapons, equipment and prestige points from different factions. Activate side missions by communicating directly with rebel Guerrillas. SAI^EHOUSE Rioja and Guerrilla cartels run safehouses where you can collect new weapons, regain health and store exotic vehicles. SETTLEjVIENT p J San Esperito has over 300 towns, ^ cities and villages, indicated by house and tent icons. STORY MISSION BRIEFING (various) Talk to your commander to receive new orders. RACE MISSION ICON Indicates the location of illicit and dangerous races. Participating in races jeopardizes your well-being. INTEREST POINT (black dots) Represent points of interest that you should explore for helpful equipment. COLLECTABLE OBJECTS (blue dots) The San Esperito islands are littered with objects that you can collect and exchange for rewards. SI © o PDA MAP Displays a map of the islands of San Esperito. Scroll the map by moving ©. Zoom in and out by moving ® "f/^. POLITICAL >IAP Shows the political status of a province on the map, e.g. Government-run or Guerrilla. EXTRACTION Call for extraction. The PDA gives your co-ordinates to your support team. You then release a red flare to mark the exact position of the extraction. The PDA then shows a list of available safehouses. When you select a destination, the extraction team is deployed. , iVIISSION INFORMATION Provides real-time mission information and objectives. , GUERRILLA RELATION Provides faction-ranking information showing your rank in the rebel army. RIOJA CARTEL RELATION Provides faction-ranking information showing your rank in the Rioja drug cartel. ^ HEA^Y DROP While in the field, you can request that agency vehicles be air-dropped to your location. Use the PDA to give coordinates and then a release a flare to mark the exact DZ (drop zone). STATISTICS Displays agent and mission statistics. yST^-^ SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 PRESTIGE POINTS GUERRILLA ARMS CACHE REBELS OFFER REWARDS Rebel bosses are reported to be offering enormous rewards (prestige points) to anyone completing side missions. These bosses are extremely dangerous and can be identified by green \ icons. The rebels are technically savvy and employ complex communications systems for countersurveillance. Police are appealing to the populace to notify them immediately if they are approached by Rebel bosses. In a statement today, President Mendoza vows: "Anyone withholding information on these known felons and taking their rewards will be shot! RIO JA CARTEL FEELS DEA HEAT In a related story, Rioja cartel members, identified by yellow J icons, are reported to be offering huge amounts of prestige points to civilians for help with missions. U.S. government officials have declared war on Rioja drug lords, as Esperitian cocaine floods U.S. borders. DEA mouthpiece John Mckinley, speaking at a press conference in New York, pleaded: "If you meet any cartel members, please contact the DEA immediately. All calls are confidential." A huge arms cache discovered on the island is thought to belong to the Guerrilla movement. A Government spokesperson released these details: RIOJA RACING VEHICLE HIJACKING Race fast cars, boats and planes on the ultimate day out! Join the Rioja Racing Team and earn big prestige points when you win! ■ Races are timed through checkpoints, w^ith different start points (checkerboard icon) located across the island. ■ Racers must pass through all checkpoints in correct order to 8 complete a race. Numerous vehicles have been stolen over the last few months, indicating a sharp rise in hijacking crimes. Eye witnesses state that thieves step up to the vehicles, press O and then get in and drive off. A police spokesperson reports, "It's difficult for vehicle owners to protect themselves, as the thieves often carry weapons." Extra police have been put on patrol to combat these crimes. HANDGUNS Pistol: Moretti P.94 Silenced pistol: Galini M39 "Husher" Revolver: Marker 357 Sawback SUBMACHINE GUNS One Handed: Aviv Scarab Silenced: Nova 9 Two Handed: Aviv Panthera SHOTGUNS Sawed-off: Dawson 61 Sports Model Pump Action: Moretti COW Centurion Automatic: Moretti CCW Praetorian ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE LAUNCHERS Disposable: RPG M-112 Rocket Launcher: Mako Ocra Grenade Launcher: Mako Hammerhead ASSAULT RIFLES Standard Issue: Adier FF M-72 Assault Sniper: Lance FDL Heavy/Slow: Fleisher AR-5 Blizzard High Tech: Haswell Gen2 Vindicator Sniper Rifle Standard Sniper: Barclay Phantom PROTEC GRAPPLER G3 Protec Grappler G3 When fired the gun shoots a magnetic hook that locks-on to a vehicle. The hook is connected to a wire, which is connected to the firer. EXPLOSIVES Grenade Timed Explosive/Triggered Explosive Remote Trigger :>T^ SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 SAN ESPERITO VANGUARDIA Thursday, April 20, 2006 ^, ^m^^^f REWARDS CREDITS You can earn huge rewards for successfully completing missions. ■ MISSION REWARDS Completing main missions unlocks new agency safehouses, w^hich may contain new^ vehicles or w^eaponry. Opening up a new^ safehouse also triggers the destablization of the province in w^hich the safehouse is located, allow^ing you to begin its liberation. ■ SIDE AND BONUS MISSIONS Performing side missions for the Guerrilla cartel earns you prestige points, w^hich elevate your rank w^ithin the Guerrilla army and unlock access to new^ w^eapons and military vehicles. Successfully completing side missions for the Rioja drug cartel raises your rank w^ith that faction and unlocks luxury vehicles. IN-GAME ASSISTANCE Tom Sheldon and Maria Kane are so smitten with the culture and history of San Esperito that they urge any fellow Americans on the islands to visit them any time. They offer a wealth of information on activities throughout the islands. "There's plenty of action in San Esperito," advises Tom. "Come by and visit us! We're just the people to help you find it!" 10 OPTIONS START GAME Start the game. 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